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... no signs of improvement during 2014. In Central and South-Eastern Europe (non-EU) and CIS countries, the fall in unemployment recorded since the crisis peak of 2009 was reversed in 2013; Employment growth continued to outpace labor force expansion in Latin America and the Caribbean; In East Asia, employment growth remained weak, consistent with weak labor force growth; In South-East Asia and the Pacific, employment expanded by 1.6 % in 2013 and is projected to outpace growth ...
... quickly in my eyes, not because I was speeding rather the wald hütte was just close to home, I could have kept driving forever. My grandfather said he was impressed and that I could drive to lake tomorrow. Booya! Bring it on. He quite likes the idea of a coiffure. Packed my bag for the lake and called it a very early night. How people do this every weekend beats me! The drive to the lake was smooth and fast. The autobahn (highway) kinda freaked me out. You merge in ...
The part of Switzerland in which I am living and working is called the Bern region. Why I here you ask? Because the municipal city in the area is called Bern. Not that riveting an answer! On Wednesday we had a day off so decided to cruise the fifty-minute drive to the capital to get a feel for the city.
First impressions are that it is very tourist centric, cameras and Swiss baseball caps ...
... the showers. We were fed and felt exhausted, not physically per say but mentally, a month of experiences and sights were floating around in our brain and we need time to sort through them. One doesn't really appreciate the beauty and wonder of a place until they have left and had time to reminisce on the smells, sounds, sights, tastes and feel of a place. It felt really nice to be back in a country where I can speak the language and read the signs, something I didn't think ...
... in, took our showers, and left to go do laundry. (High excitement, I know). We found a nearby laundromat with a helpful local woman in it. Her English was limited, but she was persistently helpful. The sun was out by this time, and we left our laundry in process and took another walk along the river. The water is such a beautiful aqua color, and the current moves much more quickly than the Columbia at home. On the other side of the street were beautiful ...